Are there any moral claims which are objectively true—true for everyone, whether they agree with that claim or not, and whether their culture accepts that claim or not? Or are moral claims instead true or false only relative to one’s particular culture, or to each individual? Or are moral claims not the sort of thing that could even be true or false at all? Please write an exposition on the arguments of Ruth Benedict in her writing and her standing on this topic. FORMAT: Start with an introduction, ending with a thesis about the argument (your argument). Write an exposition about the writer's position and argument. Write an original argument about the written text (No research needed) and then write a counter argument against the original argument and then write a response to that counter argument. No need for conclusion.